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‘Mira’, New Fair for Latin American Art to Come to Paris

Exterior of Maison de l'Amérique Latine in Paris. Credit: Maison de l'Amérique Latine

For nearly a decade, Paris has been home to art fairs that explore the diversity of contemporary art. These include Asia Now (launched in 2015), which focuses on Asian art; AKAA (Also Known As Africa, launched in 2016), which showcases contemporary art and design from Africa; and Menart (launched in 2021), which introduces galleries from the Middle East Asia and North Africa to European collectors.

This September, Paris will present the first edition of Mira, an art fair focusing on the art of Latin America, under the direction of Manuela Rayo. From September 18 to 22, Mira will bring together around 20 galleries from Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Peru, and Colombia at the Maison de l’Amérique Latine, a Latin American cultural and diplomatic institution. Before the fair’s departure, in October 2023, the international Brazilian gallery Mendes Wood DM opened its fourth global branch in Paris, following São Paulo, New York, and Brussels.

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